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"When times are good, our ignorance about money stays in the background of our lives. We might not be saving for our retirements, but we can think about that later. There's usually plenty of money around to fund our lifestyles right now, and that's all we focus on. But today's tough economic times can be humbling, and one thing that it teaches us is that our kids will have a much easier road ahead of them than we did if they learn how to handle money early. And it's never too soon for them to begin," asserts Alan Wolan, author of Moneyology and father of a 9-year-old boy. Moneyology 1: A Kid's to Money, the first book in an illustrated series that's designed to provide the foundation children need to become financially-savvy, prosperous and successful adults. "Oddly enough, basic financial education is not taught in schools. Parents, grandparents, and other caretakers must take it upon themselves to provide children with the tools to learn sound financial habits." The book series and the Web site, moneyology dot com, offer easy-to-grasp information for parents and children. Even parents who never studied money management can successfully convey to kids the information they'll need to understand key financial concepts. The colorful visuals, clear language, and upbeat characters make it easy. In Moneyology 1: A Kid's Guide to Money, Ziggy and Piggy Banks convey the following basic financial concepts for young children: · What is money · Different forms of money: coins, bills, credit cards · How to estimate the costs of various items · How to organize your money · Where to keep your money · How to make change · Different ways to buy things
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Book Description Moneyology Media, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110981684009
Book Description Moneyology Media, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0981684009